Partnership


Please give:

You could partner with OWM by supporting the ministry financially. This can be done in many ways. You could choose to give on a regular basis, which is greatly appreciated since it enables us to budget for growth. You could choose to give towards projects or specific outreaches. You can even make donations specific to different missionary outreaches. Please understand the amount that you are able to contribute is not as important as your faithfulness to do what the Lord would lead you to do. As each one does their part we are always confident that the needs will always be met. We know that we will be equal to every task that the Lord calls us to through the grace that is made available through your faithfulness.

We cannot accomplish what God has placed in our hearts without the continued prayers and support from friends like you. We are not putting our faith in any one person, nor do we expect any man to be our source. We are not placing the financial burden of this ministry on you. The burden of this ministry rests squarely upon the One it should--God.

One World Missions is a non-profit organization registered with the IRS.  All funds that are received for One World Missions are used to support the missions' outreaches, projects and expenses of the ministry. All contributions are tax deductible.

We are asking that all support be sent to our OWM offices. All checks should be made out to OWM. Our address is:

One World Missions
16848 Leyte St NE
Andover, MN 55304

For your convenience you can also give online by credit card via PayPal.  A PayPal account is not needed.  Click the button below to give and use your PayPal account or click "continue" near the credit card logos. 

We believe that as God moves on the hearts of individuals like you, we will be able to accomplish more together than any of us can alone. It will take all of us to get the job done, each one faithfully doing their part and living in relationship with one another.






"Had I cared for the comments of people, I should never have been a missionary."
- C.T. Studd
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